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Changing The Boot Order Of The Virtual Disks; Stopping The System From Booting If There Is A Critical Bios Error; Converting Physical Disk To Non-Raid Disk - Dell PowerEdge S130 User Manual

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The table explains the View Controller Information screen details:
Menu Item
Description
PCI ID
Displays the PCI ID.
Physical disk Count Displays the total number of physical disks available on the system.
Virtual Disk Count
Displays the total number of virtual disks available.
UEFI Driver Version Displays the UEFI driver version installed on the system.
Firmware Build
Displays the time and date when you last updated the firmware.
Time

Changing the boot order of the virtual disks

Set Bootable Device allows you to change the boot order of the virtual disk.
1.
Enter the Dell PERC S130 Configuration Utility. See
2.
Click Controller Management → Change Controller Properties.
NOTE: While swapping boot virtual disks, ensure that the boot virtual disks are created from disk drives populated
across slots 0-3 of the system. For information about the disk connectivity for AHCI devices, see
for AHCI
devices, and for disks slot information, see the system specific Owner's Manual at dell.com/
poweredgemanuals.
3.
Click the link Set Bootable Device.
A Change Order dialog box displays the list of virtual disks available.
4.
Use the arrow keys to set a virtual disk and + or – to change the order of the virtual disks that need to be booted first.
5.
Click Ok.
The changes to the boot order of the virtual disks are displayed.

Stopping the system from booting if there is a critical BIOS error

Change Controller Properties screen allows you to either enable or disable the option to stop the system from booting if there is
any critical BIOS error, which requires manual intervention.
1.
Enter the Dell PERC S130 Configuration Utility. See
2.
Click Controller Management → Change Controller Properties.
NOTE: While swapping boot virtual disks, ensure that the boot virtual disks are created from disk drives populated
across slots 0-3 of the system. For information about the disk connectivity for AHCI devices, see
for AHCI
devices, and for disks slot information, see the system specific Owner's Manual at dell.com/
poweredgemanuals.
3.
You can either enable or disable the Enable BIOS Stop On Error.

Converting physical disk to Non-RAID disk

1.
Enter the Dell PERC S130 Configuration Utility. See
2.
Click Controller Management → Convert to Non-RAID Disk.
NOTE: Create boot virtual disk only from disk drives populated across slots 0-3 of the system. For information about
the disk connectivity for AHCI devices, see
the system specific Owner's Manual at dell.com/poweredgemanuals.
3.
Select Select physical disks from slots other than slots 0-3 to enable the selection of the physical disk(s) that are on slot 4
and all slots after.
4.
Select the physical disk(s) and click OK.
A confirmation screen is displayed.
Entering the DELL PERC S130 Configuration
Entering the DELL PERC S130 Configuration
Entering the DELL PERC S130 Configuration
Disk connectivity for AHCI
Utility.
Utility.
Utility.
devices, and for disks slot information, see
Disk connectivity
Disk connectivity
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